Cion, an Ingenium Group company, acquired Coulter Building Consultants to combine services and expand as one firm, Cion Coulter. Cion provides technical services tailored to the property and facilities management industry in Toronto. Coulter is a group of consulting engineers and building scientists serving Burlington, Ont., and surrounding areas.
This fall, CanaData’s 30th annual Construction Industry Forecast conference will be held in Toronto on September 24. The event unites business leaders with high-profile speakers to discuss the future economic activity of the construction sector. The speakers provide industry insights, as well as analyze events.
A new report on green condominiums in Toronto finds resale prices increase when projects are Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified. TD Economics’ “The Market Benefits of Green Condos in Toronto” stated LEED-certified buildings represent an increasing share of new construction, including the condo market.
Ryerson University hosted its first-ever engineering conference in late March to start a dialogue on how Ontario engineers can play larger roles in the discussion and formation of public policy. The Toronto school’s “Engineers Want In” conference addressed the limited engineering input when discussing public policy with the masses.
Toronto-based architects had the opportunity to re-discover the materials making up the city at last month’s RAW MATERIAL event.
Hosted by RAW, the 7th annual event took place June 25 and welcomed members from the city’s design and architecture community. The design firm filled a 1022-m2 (11,000-sf) storage locker in the Junction neighbourhood with large-scale installations created with wood, masonry, glass, and metals.
The 2015 Pan American and Parapan American Games is the largest multi-sport event in Canada since the 1976 Olympic Summer Games in Montréal. In preparation, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) will see numerous new athletic venues.